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Where do you find active wear?


Wednesday, August 07, 2013

I'm sitting here half ready to go workout...seriously, I'm wearing some of my regular shorts yet I have my workout tops on.

I have been meeting one of our trainers for VERSA training (small group personal training) on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 5 am with some friends of mine. I really enjoy it other than when he CANCELS the workouts. I still could have gone in, oh yeah, but then I started rationalizing..."I can wait and go in and take classes instead or just make up my missed workout on Saturday". Mind you I should be doing some kind of workout on Saturday ANYWAY, lol.

I am addicted to schedules! I love knowing what my day is going to look like so I know what I can get done or what I can do for the day. When my schedule gets disrupted it throws me for a loop and I fail to plan my day correctly. UGH! My control issue emoticon

I am slowly getting back to my healthy ways. Starting with the workouts and I'm feeling stronger and definitely have more energy. This weekend I had ENOUGH of the junk food! I was so sick of feeling "yucky" that I told my husband that I was done! We are not eating like this anymore!!

Two days in and I already feel the difference! YAY!!

Anyway, I do need some help....

I have 2 pair of workout capris that I LOVE! I bought them at Meijer but they no longer carry them. emoticon But I'm getting to the point where I need more clothes. The problem is everything I find has a low cut in the stomach and I need more support there. Also, I like the loose fit of these pants (in the legs) and that they have that wicking material.

I have been on some websites looking but I get discouraged very quickly, especially when I can't try them on, so I figured I'd ask you all!

Where do you find active wear that might be similar to what I am looking for? Capri, wicking, support in the stomach but loose on the legs. Hope that isn't too tall of an order?

Thanks!! Have a fabulous day!!

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ADDYSGETTINFIT 8/10/2013 6:58PM

    Hey, lady! Fancy meeting you here!

I'm with everybody else... Walmart. Danskin has a fair selection of supportive, yet loose where you need it, workout attire. And you just can't beat the price.

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IMREITE 8/8/2013 1:14AM

    i hate spending a lot of money on clothes. when i go to shopko i generally look at the sale racks in the active wear dept and get some good deals on some tops.

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SYELLICO 8/7/2013 8:42PM

    I agree with WalMart and Target. Also, JC Penney and Kohl's have some really nice stuff and usually you can get it on sale.
WalMart has the Danskin wicking tops, tanks, and pants that are pretty darn cute!

Hope you find something you like :)

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HOLLYS_NEW_LIFE 8/7/2013 9:25AM

    I've gotten all of my workout stuff from Old Navy and WalMart. I need the same type of clothing that you do, wide leg, high waisted, etc. It works well for me and it's cheap, SCORE!

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